Friday, November 30, 2012

Mexican Wedding Cookies from Chocolate, Chocolate and More

These Mexican Wedding Cookies are my hubby's absolute favorite Christmas Cookie. All year long he looks forward to the holidays when I get my baking turned into high gear. I make candy, and bark, and cookies and cakes, bread...I cover everything I find in chocolate...most of it is given away to his coworkers and friends. The ladies at the bank, and our accountant. The police and the fire department get some goodies too as well as the schools.

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Skillet Lasagna from Pink Parsley

The beauty of this dish is that it really does taste like lasagna, but it comes together in right around half an hour and is completely cooked one skillet.  Joey even ventured to say that he likes it better than traditional lasagna. 

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30 Minute Creamy Tomato and Chicken Penne from How Sweet it Is

I’m almost embarrassed to share because it’s definitely one of those throw-together-what’s-in-your-fridge meals. But in the spirit of the holiday rush and let’s be honest – the season of cookies for dinner – I decided that any quick and easy meal deserves a little spotlight. Especially when it can produce leftovers and leave more time for cookie baking. Because that’s what I’m really all about. Cookie baking. Mmmm.

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Chocolate Dipped Macaroons from The Kitchn

So here's a delicious recipe for chocolate-dipped coconut macaroons, just in time for the gift-giving season. I researched countless ways to make these, some with flour and others with sweetened condensed milk. I'm sure all of them are well and good, but I find a certain delight in this version's simplicity. Because sometimes it's the simplest things in life that make us the happiest. I sure know that a little tin of these homemade macaroons would send me over the moon.

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Wow! Dark Chocolate and Salted Caramel Topped Shortbread from Doughmesstic

There are few things more rewarding than being able to successfully prepare a chewy, buttery caramel.  It’s a scary process for many, but, well, I don’t get scared too easily.
Let’s determine why NOT to be scared.
Butter. Sugar. A little Cream. What have you got wrapped up in it? 15 minutes and $2?
I have $2.  I also have 15 minutes.
If it fails, it fails.  I’ve spent $2 on less inspiring ventures.  I bet you have, too.
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Greek Pastitisio (Baked Pasta with Ground Beef) from Simply Delicious

No need to start panicking, this might sound like it’s exotic and complicated but actually, it’s just a glorified version of Mac ‘n cheese. I promise. The only difference is that it’s infused with all the glorious flavours of Greece. Oregano, garlic, lemon and mint are all added to the mince (ground beef) mixture to ensure a end result packed full of deliciousness.

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Penne with a Creamy Pesto Sauce and Chicken from Budget Saavy Diva

Oh my goodness....look at this Penne with a Creamy Pesto Sauce and Chicken recipe.  It is incredible.  Sundried Tomatoes, pesto, cream, Parmesan, and chicken....what amazing flavor combos! 

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Amazingly Delicious...Panko Crusted Shrimp Lollipops with Ginger Soy Caramel Dip from White on Rice Couple

This dish is so versatile, you can use it with just about anything. We also made this panko dish with chickenand squash, for a vegetarian option. Japanese Panko bread crumbs gives fried foods and awesome, crispy, crumbly texture. There’s always at least a bag of panko in our pantry as back up because when we need a last minute dish, anything with panko is always a hit! Give panko a try, you’ll love it! The marinade for the soon-to-be-fried-goodies is optional. If you are serving them with the Ginger Soy Caramel Sauce, we recommend not to marinate the shrimp or squash, so that there is more contrasting flavors between the shrimp and the sauce. 

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Oh My! Breaded Salmon Corn Cakes from White on Rice Couple

Sitting in our fridge was some tantalizing BBQ’d salmon and corn that were left over from a class we taught Saturday. Two days out, we knew that the salmon need to be eaten now, or be delegated “dog’s meal.” So what culinary idea popped into our heads so utilize this last bit of ocean wonder? Salmon cakes! Basically we created a salmon version of crab cakes to which we added the leftover corn for a bit of refreshing pop, some shallots, fresh parsley, fresh bread crumbs from the leftover stale bread. The fridge and kitchen are now cleaned up and we’ve created something tasty to send down the gullet. 

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Supreme Pizza Meatballs from Big Red Kitchen

Now that I am all grown up, I will occasionally order Pizza and Wings to be delivered so that I can take a break from cooking. I love the combination of the spicy wings and cheesy, gooey pizza. That got me to thinking that they would make great flavors for meatballs. On sticks. For my kids lunches.

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Amazing No Sugar, Butter or Eggs Oat Drop Cookies from Blueberry Girl

When I first saw this recipe I was intrigued by the fact that these have NO sugar, butter, eggs or anything that can be considered unhealthy. Always on the hunt for things to throw at me kids at feeding time, I gave them a whirl. They are amazing, surprisingly light, incredibly filling and tasty. You can freeze them individually and you have a easy breakfast on the go, that contains your protein and carbs to set you up for the day. Bloody Brilliant!

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Smoked Sausage & Potatoes from Forkful of Comfort

I grew up eating this simple yet filling dish from my mama. It's not the prettiest meal you ever seen but sure is tasty. If your in the mood you can even throw a few pieces of bacon in it too. This is a meal we love to call comfort food. :)

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Amish Macaroni Salad from Old Time Cooking Recipes

What an delicious macaroni salad....the colors are amazing! I love all the different textures and flavors combines together.  Definitely a great addition to any chicken dish and as a side dish for a potluck or family get together!

  • 2 cups uncooked elbow macaroni
  • 1 small onion, chopped
  • 3 stalks celery, chopped
  • 3 hard-cooked eggs, chopped
  • 1 small red bell pepper, seeded and chopped
  • 1 small carrot, shredded
  • 2 tablespoons dill pickle relish
  • 2 cups creamy salad dressing
  • 2 1/4 teaspoons white vinegar
  • white sugar to taste (1/3 – 3/4 cup)
  • 3 tablespoons prepared yellow mustard
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 3/4 teaspoon celery seed
  1. Cook macaroni in a pot of lightly salted water until tender, about 8 to 10 minutes. Rinse under cold water, drain and cool.
  2. In a large bowl, stir together macaroni, onion, celery, eggs, red pepper, carrot and relish.
  3. In a small bowl, stir together the salad dressing, vinegar, sugar, mustard, salt and celery seed. Pour the dressing over the salad and stir until well blended. Cover and chill in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour before serving.

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Fresh Fruit Salsa and Cinnamon Sugar Chips from Chew Out Loud

What is more refreshing than a bounty of fresh, ripe fruit?  Summer season brings out the best in berries and fruits that we all love to enjoy both at home and outdoors.  I’ve been pairing fruit with everything under the sun, but one of our all time favorite ways to eat fruit is in a refreshingly sweet fruit salsa.  It is amazing how many various fruits (nutrients and fiber!) my kids will devour in one sitting when I serve up a cold fruit salsa.  Take it up a notch by pairing said fruit salsa with homemade cinnamon sugar chips.  So easy, crazy good, and the chips stay crispy forever!
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White Chocolate Peppermint M&M Cookies from Two Peas and Their Pod

The M&M’s are good on their own, but even better in cookie form. Isn’t everything better in cookie form? I added crushed candy canes and white chocolate chips to the cookie dough too. These cookies are loaded with holiday cheer!
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Breakfast Bacon, Hashbrown & Brie Grilled Cheese Sandwich from Food So Good Mall

This is the most creative and delicious grilled cheese sandwich that we have ever seen. It is composed of Wisconsin Brie, crispy bacon, hash browns and a fried egg atop french toast. It is truly a breakfast sandwich but it is great served anytime of the day. 

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Quick & Easy Breakfast Quesadilla from Jen Can Cook!

One of my favorite breakfasts ever! You will need Tortilla's (i like the spinach ones)
low fat shredded cheese or fat free cheese slices one cup spinach (fresh if possible)
2 strips per person of turkey bacon or regular bacon. (you can also substitute ham, steak, chicken, tofu or seafood).

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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Deliciously Good Broccomole: Broccoli Guacamole from Domestic Fits

It’s broccoli guacamole. You’re skeptical, I can tell. But this is really great, and with a creaminess that was slightly shocking, I will be making this again.
And, if you set a serving size at an ounce, as Livestrong is telling me to do, it’s only 22 calories a serving. And only about 250 calories if I eat the entire bowl, which I am prone to doing.
I love guacamole. I profess honest culinary devotion to avocados and guacamole. It is chocked full of healthy fats, vitamins, and protein. A great food that can not be improve upon. This recipe isn’t about improving guacamole. It’s a new food, a lower calorie creamy green dip that is about 1/3 thecalories of that guacamole I love. But with twice the protein and less fat.
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Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Mini Cheesecakes from Mom On Timeout

If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time you might have discovered that I have a thing for Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. A big thing. I named my son after them. You get it now right? So another one of my addictions is cheesecake. Combine the two and you have Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Mini Cheesecakes. I love making them in a muffin tin because it aids in portion control (kind of) and they look so cute! I have served these many times at various parties – especially for Reece’s birthday parties! You can imagine I go a little Reese’s crazy for Reece.

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Simply Delicious Slow Cooker Scalloped Potatoes from Family Fresh Meals

I made this a couple weeks ago, and since then, I get requests from the whole family at least once a week for "cheesy potatoes." There are hardly any leftovers, but when there are, I love to top a scoop of these potatoes with a over-easy egg for a fun breakfast. Mmmmmm. This is a must try... and just in time for the holidays

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Blueberry Pancake Whoopie Pies with Ricotta Cheese Frosting from Coupon Clipping Cook

I just bought a Whoopie Pie cooking pan (with a coupon I might add) and was trying to think of a fun and different recipe to make with it.
Then I had this idea based on the food channel show, “The Best Thing I Ever Ate”.  I remember one episode where one of the food stars talked about a blueberry pancake with ricotta cheese in it.  I always remembered how delicious it looked topped with real maple syrup.
So, with that inspiration I came up with this recipe.  These Whoopie Pies are made with a buttermilk pancake batter recipe.  I just added blueberries to the batter.  Then filled the Whoopie Pie with one of my favorite frostings made with ricotta cheese which gives the frosting, or filling, such a nice texture. 
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Oh My! Chive Biscuit Sandwich with Cheddar Spread, Canadian Bacon, and a Fried Egg from Serious Eats

Oh my word....what is this? A Chive Biscuit Sandwich with Cheddar Spread, Canadian Bacon, and a Fried Egg sandwich. All the best flavors of breakfast rolled into one....brilliant! This is one amazing breakfast sandwich from Serious Eats.

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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Cantaloupe Bruschetta with Balsamic of Modena Glaze from Country Cleaver

For those of us who now have to jump, wiggle and Spanx our way back into our regular everyday clothes, here’s a treat that’ll get your the carbs you crave with an extra dose of fruit, sass and limited guilt – Cantaloupe Bruschetta. And right now, I can use all the help I can get.

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Artichoke & Roasted Garlic Dip from Wonky Wonderful

This dip is creamy, rich and overflowing with flavor.  It is ooey-goey cheesy goodness and extremely addictive.  This is not your ordinary artichoke dip.  It is bursting with pungent roasted garlic. 

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Sweet Spicy and Smoky Pecans from Patty's Food

I’m in love with a bowl of the most beautiful spicy sweet and smoky flavored pecans or rather I’m in love with the memory of a bowl of the most beautiful spicy sweet and smoky flavored pecans.  Did I also mention that I’m in love with ground red New Mexican chipotle peppers and Spanish smoked paprika?  No, but I will tell you that I do like the deep smoky flavor they add to dishes – like potatoes, chicken, fish, salsas, soups and sauces.  So when I reached in my spice rack to pull out a jar of something spicy to add to a bag of pecans about to be roasted- I thought right away of adding a smoky flavor. 

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Smothered Chile Colorado Burritos from Chef In Training

These meal is SO easy and tastes exactly what you would get at a nice fancy mexican restaurant.  I found this recipe on The Food Pusher, used my own Crock-Pot refried beans recipe, and am happy to report that it is now one of our FAVORITE meals! My family was blown away by how delicious and beautiful the presentation was! My hubby went ON AND ON about how much he loved it.  We served at a dinner with my parents and my uncle and his family and all LOVED this meal!  Definitely a must try!

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Amazing Zucchini Bacon and Potato Pancakes from It's Yummilicious

I think t's a wonderful coincidence that today's recipe for zucchini bacon and potato pancakes, which I adapted a bit from Joy's recipe, fits perfectly into the Sunday brunch category.  Serve these beauties up with some over easy eggs and you've got yourself a double score bonus!! 

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Incredibly Delicious Peanut Butter Cup Granola from Cookies and Cups

Homemade granola is completely easy to make and since it’s so adaptable you make a flavor that suits your very particular palette. Which means I added peanut butter cups to mine.

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Deliciously Simple Bacon & Guacamole Sammies from Nom Nom Paleo

It’s ridiculously easy to cook bacon in the microwave oven. (Clean-up is simple, too.) Just wrap a few slices between some sheets of paper towel, stick it all on a microwave-safe plate, and nuke away. I set my microwave at 70% power and zapped the bacon for about two-and-a-half minutes. If you find that your bacon’s not yet crisp, just nuke it a bit longer. 

The filling for these “sandwiches”? Chunky homemade guacamole. If you’re pressed for time, simply mash up the flesh of half an avocado, and cut up the other half into half-inch cubes. Then mix both halves together in a bowl to get a nice blend of chunky ‘n creamy. Flavor it with a squirt or two of lime juice and a generous pinch of Kosher salt.

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Oatmeal Chocolate Peanut Butter No-Bake Candy Bars from New Nostalgia

Hmm, what to call this recipe??  I kinda messed up a chewy granola bar recipe and ended up with absolutely awesome oatmeal, chocolate, peanut butter heaven!!  How is that for a name??

I've been on the lookout for a gooey, chewy granola bar recipe.  I checked out some of my favorite sites, and I should have known Heavenly Homemaker's has been on the same hunt.  She, too, wanted one with no corn syrup, and of course, she came up with one.  It is one I really want to try again so I can do it right and experience her true recipe, but oh my, am I glad I messed it up because the concoction it made was DELISH!

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Gratin Dauphinois...A French Version of Scalloped Potatoes from One Perfect Bite

I love to serve these potatoes when I need something special to accompany a main course for which there is no gravy. Gratin Dauphinois is a Frenchified version of scalloped potatoes, and while the dish sounds elegant, its history can be traced to French peasant kitchens. This gratin is truly easy to make and the version I've finally claimed as my own was developed by Jacques Pepin for the Gourmet Cookbook

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Cheesy Corn Cakes with Spicy Avocado Salsa from Simply Delicious

Sometimes, words just aren’t enough to convey exactly how much I really love a specific dish. This is a prime example of that. Therefore, I’ll only tell you that these little corn cakes served with spicy Avocado salsa is pretty much one of the most delicious things I’ve tasted in a really long time. The almost sweet corn cakes with their crispy edges is perfectly complimented with the creamy, zesty and spicy salsa. But what I love most about these corn cakes is that they work incredibly well as breakfast topped with bacon and poached eggs and if you make them into little mini cakes, topped with the salsa they make really great little canapes with drinks.

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Mama's Cheesy Hashbrown Casserole from Mama's Southern Cooking

There's just something so comforting about potato recipes and this one from Mama's Southern Cooking is to die for! It is simply creamy, cheesy goodness on a plate.  What a great dish to add toy our holiday breakfast buffet or for lazy weekends at home.  

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Mini Chicken Taco Cups from Two Busy Brunettes

Look at these delicious little Mini Chicken Taco Cups from Two Busy Brunettes. I love recipes for handheld foods because they are perfect for parties and get togethers.  t allows you to try lots of different things when they are in smaller perfect portions and not feel terribly guilt. 

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Henri’s French Onion Soup from Curvy Carrot

I don’t know who Henri is, but I would like to kiss this man.  Since going vegetarian (ahem, pescetarian), I realized that enjoying the things that I used to like, i.e. French onion soup, usually contains things like beef or chicken stock.  I was totally disappointed and was hoping to find another substitute for a soup base.  I thought about experimenting with vegetable stock, but, to be honest, the dark, rustic taste of French onion would  (I thought) be severely compromised by the addition of a vegetable base.

To read more and view this delicious recipe from Curvy Carrot click on link: www.thecurvycarrot.comp/

Bacon Dip with Sweet Potato Chips from World Wide Crazy News!

Oh my goodness....look at this! Homemade bacon dip, blue cheese, and chive dip.  So much goodness is one bowl is not possible.  Pair this with some salty sweet potato chips and you have an amazing appetizer to serve for the holidays!

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Amazing Texas Pecan Roca from The Novice Chef

So when I happened to walk into Winn Dixie last week and saw a big display saying “Texas Pecans”, I bought the last two bags. After eating half of the first bag, I used the rest to make Texas Pecan Roca. It’s like Almond Roca…but Texan. And with pecans, because they are better. :-D
Since I have mental issues, I wanted them to be individual and better than traditional Almond Roca bark. Most homemade Almond Roca is made in a giant sheet and then broken into bark. Which is great for Almond Roca, but this was Texas Pecan Roca…and it deserved a little more attention.
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Soft and Thick Sugar Lofthouse Copycat Cookies from Homemade by Holman

These sugar cookies are similar to the Lofthouse sugar cookies you get at the grocery store.  They start out with a box of cake mix - which isnt usually on my grocery list but I happened to have a box in the pantry from a while back so I figured I would try them.  The recipe said to make sure you use the kind with pudding in the mix as that helps with the softness.  They turned out really, really good.  I loved the texture of these - they are so soft - and they stay that way for several days too.  

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Lightened-Up Four Cheese Mac and Cheese from How Sweet it Is

Mac and cheese is pure comfort food to me. Mother Lovett made some delicious, creamy macaroni and cheese, and I was always trying to perfect it. She always told me my version was ’too dry.’ Of course it was, because I never used 6lbs of Velveeta.
 One thing I have none of when it comes to mac and cheese? Self control. So I made a lighter version of the heavy duty stuff. And this time, I portioned it into tiny ramekins in hopes of stopping after eating one. It worked. Sorta.

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Extra Crispy Spicy Fried Chicken from Meg's Everyday Indulgence

I found a billion different blogger recipes I wanted to try but I decided on this one because it was created based on Popeye’s Chicken and you just can’t go wrong with that. It was just as the name states and totally delicious. Whenever I need a crispy, fried indulgence this is exactly what will pop into my head and cook up on my stove!

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Deliciously Easy 7 Ingredient Cheesy Taco Pasta from Lauren's Latest

Need a quick 15 minute dinner that everyone will love? Well, I’ve got your back. This recipe was inspired by those boxes of Hamburger Helper I saw at the store the other day. I see why they appeal to so many families. It’s fast, easy and you don’t really have to think too much about it. Well, I took the ease of that meal, took out all the preservatives {and msg….eww} and made it healthier! To be honest, just using unprocessed, fresh ingredients makes it ten times better for your health. Plus, whenever I taste those kinds of foods, my tastebuds are hyper sensitive to the chemicals or something because they taste awful to me! Is that just me, or do you guys taste that too?

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Amazing Lasagna Cups from Lauren's Latest

If you like lasagna, then you will love these. Basically, this is just the super cute version of plain ol’ lasagna. All the same stuff you would typically see in the making of a regular lasagna, just with a little more prep work. More or less, this is a method you can adopt while still using the lasagna recipe that everyone is used to. OR try my version out! Feel free to add in or omit anything you’d like. Make this your own. That’s the beauty of cooking! :)
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Easy 30-Minute Mini Meat Loaves


1/2 cup ketchup 
2 tablespoons packed brown sugar
1 lb lean (at least 80%) ground beef
1/2 lb ground pork
1/2 cup Original Bisquick® mix
1/4 teaspoon pepper
1 small onion, finely chopped (1/4 cup)
1 egg


Heat oven to 450°F. In small bowl, stir ketchup and brown sugar until mixed; reserve 1/4 cup for topping. In large bowl, stir remaining ingredients and remaining ketchup mixture until well mixed.
Spray 13x9-inch pan with cooking spray. Place meat mixture in pan; pat into 12x4-inch rectangle. Cut lengthwise down center and then crosswise into sixths to form 12 loaves. Separate loaves, using spatula, so no edges are touching. Brush loaves with reserved 1/4 cup ketchup mixture.
Bake 18 to 20 minutes or until loaves are no longer pink in center and meat thermometer inserted in center of loaves reads 160°F.
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Monday, November 26, 2012

Chicken Verde Taquitos from The Secret Life of a Chef's Wife

My goal: to con­vince you that mak­ing these tooth­some lit­tle tacos is no more dif­fi­cult than going to the store, buy­ing a box of frozen, and pre-heating the oven.  If I could just make you believe that all you need to do is make the chicken fill­ing in advance, leav­ing the rolling and fry­ing for right before din­ner time, then maybe, just maybe, you’d fry up about 40 of these babies and feed them to your fam­ily. Or an army. Or maybe feed­ing your fam­ily is like feed­ing an army. Or maybe you just appre­ci­ate left­overs. (Believe me, even re-heated in the microwave these beat the heck out of fast-food fare.)

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Buffalo Chicken Potstickers with Blue Cheese Dip from Add a Pinch

Buffalo Chicken Potstickers combine two fabulous cultures of food in one great recipe. Crispy on the bottom and soft on the top, these buffalo chicken potstickers are out of this world delicious!

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Better Than Takeout Orange Chicken from The Noshery

I love orange chicken and I almost always order # 14 Orange Chicken when we order Chinese take out and I wondered to myself if I could make it better at home.  This recipe most definitely delivered!   Ha ha Chinese food…delivered….get it?  Am I a dork?
The sauce is sweet, tangy, there is no lack in orange flavor and the red pepper flakes give it just a touch of heat.  I thought I would dredge the chicken in corn starch instead of flour to keep it light and also in panko breadcrumbs to give it a little crunch.  It was the right call, the chicken came out lightly breaded and still held up a bit of a crunch when tossed in the sauce.  Delicious!
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A Lobster Roll to Call Your Own from My Man's Belly

Wow!!! That is all I can say...this recipe for lobster rolls from My Man's Belly  has made me literally speechless.  If you haven't had one of these fabulous sandwiches before, I highly recommend you give it a try.  A lot of folks think that lobster is expensive, which is it.  These days you can get lobster tails from Costco and most grocery stores for about $5-8 a piece depending on the size.  One tail is about all you need per sandwich. can spend that going and having a not so good burger at a fast food restaurant, right? 

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